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UConn Football

The UConn Huskies football team became an NCAA Division I-A team in 1999. It has been a member of the Big East Conference since 2004. The team plays its home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford.
The UConn Huskies football team became an NCAA Division I-A team in 1999. It has been a member of the Big East Conference since 2004. The team plays its home games at Rentschler Field in East Hartford. « Show less

Top UConn Football Articles

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  • UConn Football Lands More Commitments

    The UConn football program pushed its 2015 recruiting class to 23 commitments after filling a couple of needs over the weekend.  The Huskies had six uncommitted recruits visiting.  Nolan Ulizio is a 6 foot 5, 293 pound offensive tackle from West...
  • UConn Football Program Adds 3 Recruits

    The UConn football program pushed its 2015 recruiting class to 23 commitments with three more over the weekend, filling a couple of needs. The Huskies had six uncommitted recruits visiting. Nolan Ulizio is a 6-foot-5, 293-pound offensive tackle from...
  • The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins

    The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins
    A few questions to ponder as we depart 2014 for 2015: Will the UConn men's basketball team take momentum and mojo into March, when the Huskies would be defending their title? Have UConn women's basketball fans made hotel reservations in and around...
  • Mistakes Continue To Plague UConn In Loss To Temple

    Mistakes Continue To Plague UConn In Loss To Temple
    EAST HARTFORD — Yep, UConn lost again. That's not as much of a surprise as the things that cause losing, things the Huskies were supposed to seriously be addressing in Year One under new coach Bob Diaco. The shortcomings were quite prevalent...
  • UConn Football Report Card: Spreading The Blame

    UConn Football Report Card: Spreading The Blame
    Temple beat UConn 36-10 Saturday at Rentschler Field. Or is "UConn beat UConn" more accurate? Temple wasn't 26 points better than UConn. This was a 7-3 game at the break. No, the Huskies gifted the Owls 16 points, something they can't afford to do,...
  • Gifford, Marder, Out; Melifonwu Should Be Ready For Tulane

    What’s goin on? The Huskies (1-4, 0-2 American) are idle this week and play at Tulane Oct.11 at 8 p.m. The game can be seen on ESPNews. Here’s an injury update and notes from head coach Bob Diaco’s conference call with local media...
  • Gifford, Marder Out 'A While'; Melifonwu Should Be OK For Tulane

    UConn likely will be without two players but will probably get a boost from one coming back when the Huskies play at Tulane Oct. 11. UConn is off this week before taking on the Green Wave at 8 p.m. (ESPNews). Coach Bob Diaco said starting right tackle...
  • Fundraising Goal Met For Jasper Howard Memorial; Dedication Set For UConn Homecoming Game Nov.1 Vs. UCF

        What’s goin on? Here’s some good news. Nice work all…. The release from UConn… Fundraising for a memorial in honor of Jasper Howard, the University of Connecticut football student-athlete who tragically lost his...
  • UConn Must Clean Up 'The Rent'

    My wife and I have been UConn football season ticket holders for several years. We are not renewing our season tickets and the reasons have nothing to do with the product on the field. Our reasons revolve around the Rentschler experience. During the...
  • UConn (1-5) Results/Schedule

    Aug. 29: BYU 35, UConn 10 Going into the game, much of the talk centered around BYU quarterback Taysom Hill. Coming out of the game, all of the talk was about Hill. The junior quarterback scored a career-high five touchdowns (three passing and two...
  • Jeff Jacobs: After Nauseating Bickering, Give Stadium A Chance

    Jeff Jacobs: After Nauseating Bickering, Give Stadium A Chance
    Isn't democracy grand? Or messy? Or both? Anyway, after months of citizens spitting vitriol like chewing tobacco at each other, making numbers sing, making numbers dance, doing everything just short of proclaiming that a baseball stadium will either...